18 Weird Situations That an ‘Average Citizen’ Can Only See in Photos

    18 Weird Situations That an ‘Average Citizen’ Can Only See in Photos

    18 Weird Situations That an ‘Average Citizen’ Can Only See in Photos
    Greg
    7:44 PM EDT, August 19, 2020

    The world is full of bizarre things. We have proven that so many times. And yet there are still new things that somehow manage to surprise us. Just like the ones shown in the pics below.

    #1 A sheep that hasn’t been shorn for 6 years

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    shrek the famous Hermit Sheep of Tarras facebook

    #2 This is how small children have their X-rays taken

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    reddit.com

    #3 Microorganisms brought by a child from a sandpit

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    twitter.com

    #4 The eye of an electrician after a 14,000-volt shock

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    facebook.com

    #5 Photos taken before and after a year-long trip all over China

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    facebook.com

    #6 Sunset view from above the clouds, looking like lava

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    imgur.com

    #7 A 10 MB hard-drive from 1960

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    reddit.com

    #8 A visual comparison of the size of the sun (the transparent ball) and the earth (the small blue balls)

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    reddit.com

    #9 Position of the sun in pictures taken at the same time in the same place throughout one year

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    flickr.com

    #10 A turtle after a hibernation period

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    imgur.com

    #11 Egyptian passport of pharaoh Ramesses the Second

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    #12 Difference in pressures at various altitudes shown on a plastic bottle

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    wikipedia.commons

    #13 Unbelievable skills of a ballet dancer

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    twitter.com

    #14 What happens with a coffee grains before they reach your cup

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    instagram.com

    #15 Furless guinea pigs looking a bit like tiny hippos

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    instagram.com

    #16 The smallest city park in the world – Mill Ends Park, Portland, Oregon, USA

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    reddit.com

    #17 Millions of years in one image

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    instagram.com

    #18 A polar bear paw compared to ours

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